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In strategic shift, guerrilla group tells Colombians to vote

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, the country’s most feared guerrilla group, has announced it will not seek to sabotage upcoming presidential elections, calling instead for people to vote out the popular conservative incumbent, Álvaro Uribe. The surprise shift in tactics by the 17,000-strong Marxist group, known as FARC, occurred two weeks ahead of the May 28 vote and after the rebels’ violent campaign during recent congressional elections backfired. Full Story

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